One of my favorite places in Seward is Lowell Point Beach. It is just a mile or so south of town, but doesn't it look so secluded? If you were to turn around and look behind you, you'd see the last few houses on the edge of town.
I arrived just at the low tide for the day, and the rocky and sandy parts of the beach were visible. In just four hours, the water had come back in all the way to the treeline. It was quite a sight to behold.
This view is from farther back, toward the parking lot. I spent a half a day here, just taking pictures, watching the other people who were visiting the beach, and eating a packed lunch. It was perfect.
I try to find beauty in the everyday, primarily through my photography, which I share here. I also try to keep my brain thinking creatively every day, even if the rest of me is not in the mood, so the posts here are as much for me as they are for you.